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post #1 of 12 Old 02-13-2011, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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33s or 35s on 22x12s

Hey everybody. Had a 2000 f250 powerstroke for about a year now. Time to get some wheels. I like the 22x12 wheels. I was just wondering if 33s or 35s on 22 inch wheels will ride like a log wagon.
Also if they will give me any trouble with towing around an 8k lb trailer on a bumper hitch from time to time.

Also what lift would be needed? 2.5 inch leveling or 4 inch lift?
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I have 18x12's with 33x15.50's on my 2003 with a 4" lift and they required trimming to clear. So I'd say with 35's either keep the tire narrow (like a 12.50) and a 4" lift would work or go with a 6" lift just to be safe. Every truck is different really.

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I don't think I'd want to go more that 20's with 35's. But I think you'd need a 4" lift to clear 35's and with the right backspacing.

Personally, I like 18's with 35's and 20's not until you get to 37's. Regardless of ride and towing, too big of wheels just doesn't look good.
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Here are 37's on 22's.

It's from here: Official Aftermarket Wheel/Rim Thread - PowerStrokeNation


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imo perfect wheel/tire combos go 33/16 35/18 37/20 and 40/22
have you ever seen a 33 on a 22in wheel? looks like a lo-pro car tire

as for lift, you can get 35s with a 3in leveling kit and tires will barely rub, 4inch your good and 6in for 37s, anything over 14in wide tires they will rub on the leaf springs up front

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how about the 20x12 wheels with 35s. would a 3 inch leveling kit still do it with some rubbing?

You all are right. 22 would look like a low pro car tire
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In that same thread I posted the link to, there's on with 24's. Just not my thing.
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go at least 35" with the 22's and I cant say mine doesnt ride like a wagon
I like the way mine look definately not low pros but not me ats either everyone is going to have their opions do what you want

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i think 22's and 35's look good i like bigger wheels though

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I think those 22 look good with 35s....but im happy with my 18s and 35s....still rides pretty good...
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